Think you’re too busy, tired, overworked and overwhelmed to disciple your kids?

THINK AGAIN.

The secret to inspiring curiosity, creating connection, and becoming a confident Christian parent is found in small, sustainable, life-giving daily habits.

Christie Thomas invites you to explore faith alongside your children in a fresh way. Just as a mighty oak starts as a seed, sprouts, and eventually grows deep roots and flourishes, you can disciple your family through small, simple steps. 

If you want to read the Bible in a way that clicks with your kids, find consistent times to share your faith, and encourage your kids to trust in Jesus as their Lord and Savior, Little Habits, Big Faith will both reassure and challenge you.

And instead of being exhausted from doing “another thing,” you’ll find yourself refreshed. 


I want to buy a copy of this book for everyone I know! 

This book helps you understand the why behind raising your kids to know and love Jesus. It puts a fire in your bones and a passion in your heart to prioritize what matters most as you parent, but it also practically lays out how to make it happen in a way that is simple and will work for your unique family. —Sarah Holmstrom, author of Raising Prayerful Kids


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“This book is full of grace, gospel-centered, and deeply practical. Using a Biblically- and psychologically-informed approach to discipleship and habit-formation, this work manages to provided detailed and specific guidance without being formulaic.”

—Danielle Hitchen, author of Sacred Seasons and the Baby Believer series

“As always, Christie is insightful, helpful, and encouraging. If you’re a Christian parent, you can’t go wrong with Little Habits, Big Faith.”

—Ryan Coatney, Pastor, Father, and founder of Cross-Formed Kids


About the Author: Christie Thomas

I spent over a decade as the Children’s Ministries Director at my church. Despite being skilled at presenting lessons and theological concepts to kids, I discovered that having natural faith conversations with my own kids was harder than I thought.

Over the past few years, I discovered the best, most sustainable way to disciple my kids is through little habits that add up over time, and I’m thrilled to share what I’ve learned with you. 

Despite what you may have heard, you CAN share Christ with your kids without having to KNOW it all or DO it all, even when life is crazy busy.

I pray that this book would help you trust in God and get inspired to lead your family, whatever it looks like, into an exciting life of deeper faith.  Above all, may you know Christ deeper.

🌱 Growing with you, Christie

“This is the book every Christian family needs to read. I was shouting “Amen!” after practically every sentence. Christie is relatable, honest and helpful – the perfect guide to any modern, busy, slightly-chaotic Christian family’s desire to disciple their kids.”

—Lucy Rycroft, author and ministry lead at Parenting for Faith, blogger at The Hope-Filled Family


Bulk Discounts for Churches

NavPress has bulk discounts available for ministries ordering multiple copies of the book. 

In addition, the book is 20% off on the NavPress website until the end of July, 2024. If you make a bulk order before the end of July, you’ll receive a bulk discount on top of the 20% launch discount. 

Order your discount-on-a-discounted books today!

Download the first chapter of the book.

Related Resource for Churches: Family Discipleship 101

Family Discipleship 101 is a 6-week video-based parenting class.

This is the only class of its kind, because it’s not going to teach your families WHAT to share with their kids (because that changes based on age and need, as well as the specific doctrines of your church) but HOW to realistically start talking about faith at home in a way that builds their relationships with each other and with God.

Because of its immensely practical approach, parents with teenagers will find it just as helpful as parents with infants as will single, divorced, and married parents. Grandparents also will find ways to help their grandkids grow in faith in ways that don’t step on their adult kids’ toes.

Family Discipleship 101 can be used on its own or in conjunction with Little Habits, Big Faith.